Hadith of the Day

Hadith of the Day

Hadith of the Day

 

Table of Contents

 

_When you see a dream you dislike_

_Being kind whilst transacting_

_Beautifying one’s own Jannah_

_Be patient, Allãh will respond to your Du’as_

_Every Muslim should give Sadaqah_

“Every Muslim should give Sadaqah.”

_Du’a for bidding farewell_

_Donot let shaytãn enter your mouth_

_The greed which will never be quenched_

_The power of the Adhan_

_A sign of a man’s piety_

_The hour of acceptance during the night_

_don’t make the third person feel left out_

_Don’t pluck out your grey hair_

_Sunnah Amal before going sleep_

_Durood to obtain the intercession of Muhammad ﷺ_

_Do not let your hair grow over your lip_

_People are just like camels_

_The upper hand is better than the lower hand_

_The most respectable slave to Allãh_

_The world is a prison_

_The best neighbour_

_Which of the people is best?_

_Having an afternoon nap_

_The afternoon nap is called Qayloolah._

_Taking the name of Allãh_

_Faithful believers are for each other_

_Resort to Salãh when you are in difficulty_

Remaining silent during Jumuah Khutbah

_How Rasúlullãh ﷺ would spend his time_

_Always remain in the state of wudhu_

_Eat together with the name of Allãh_

_Devoting oneself to the Qur’an in this world_

_Sending Durood upon Rasúlullah ﷺ when hearing His name_

The Du’aa for safety from one’s enemies

_Tasbeeh after every Salah_

_Sunnah of retiring to bed_

_A guaranteed house in Jannah_

– AN EDICT ON SHEESHA LOUNGES –

_A Father’s responsibility to a child_

The Virtues of reciting Surah Dukhaan

You will be with those whom you loved

Two wolves roaming freely among sheep

_This Ummah is one body_

_Love for others what you love for yourself_

_Value every moment of Jumuah_

_Looking after an orphan_

Tonight is Shabe Miraj.

_Minor sins between Friday prayers will be forgiven_

_Modesty brings only goodness_

_Prevent urine drops falling on clothes_

_Blessing granted in the morning_

_Comprehensive advise from our Master_

_Devoting oneself to the Qur’an in this world_

_Sending Durood upon Rasúlullah ﷺ when hearing His name_

Tonight is a night of salvation and forgiveness.

_ What to do on Shabe Bara’at?_

_Dua to be recited on Laylatul Barā’at_

_A gift from Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi_

_Constantly seeking forgiveness_

HANAFI RULINGS ON FASTING

_Fasting is for Me and I will compensate it_

 

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_When you see a dream you dislike_ Hadith of the Day

 

Jabir رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ said,

 

If anyone of you sees a dream that he dislikes, let him spit _(slightly)_ to his left and seek refuge with Allãh from shaytãn thrice, and turn over onto his other side.”   (Muslim)

_Being kind whilst transacting_ Hadith of the Day

 

Jabir bin Abdullãh رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ said,

 

“May Allãh show Mercy upon a person who adopts a kind attitude whilst selling, _(whilst)_ buying and whilst demanding the repayment of loans.”  (Bukhari)

_Beautifying one’s own Jannah_ Hadith of the Day

 

Jabir bin Abdullãh رضي الله عنه narrates that’s Rasúlullãh ﷺ said,

 

“Whoever says:  سبحان الله العظيم و بحمده

‘Allãh is free from all faults, the greatest, and for him is all praise’,

 

A date-palm tree is planted for him in paradise.”   (Tirmidhi)

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_Be patient, Allãh will respond to your Du’as_

 

Abu Hurairah رضي الله عنه narrates that’s Rasúlullãh ﷺ said,

 

“The Du’a of every one of you is _(definitely)_ accepted as long as the person making Du’a does not grow impatient _(when he fails to see the acceptance, as Allãh may have delayed its acceptance due to some wisdom, or Allãh may have removed a calamity by the Du’a or any other reason that is best known by Allãh, who possesses the wisdom behind it)_ and the person making Du’a due to impatience says: I supplicated to my Lord but it was not accepted! _(for this person the Du’a is not accepted)_.”   (Bukhari)

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_Every Muslim should give Sadaqah_

 

Abu Musa رضي الله عنه reports that Rasúlullãh ﷺ said,

 

“Every Muslim should give Sadaqah.”

 

He said, “What about if someone has nothing to give?”

 

He ﷺ said, “He should get work and earn something and give Sadaqah.”

 

He said, “And if he is unable to do that?”

 

He ﷺ said, “He should help someone in need.”

 

He said, “What if he cannot find anyone?”

 

He ﷺ said, “He should do a righteous/good deed.”

 

He said, “What if he cannot do that?”

 

He ﷺ said, “He should refrain from doing evil/bad actions. That is Sadaqah for him.” (Bukhâri & Muslim)

 

 

_Du’a for bidding farewell_ Hadith of the Day

 

Qaz’ah narrates: Ibn Umar رضي الله عنه said to me,

‘Come and I shall bid farewell to you in the manner the Prophet ﷺ used to bid me farewell _(when I intended to travel)’;_

_(Ibn Umar then made the Du’a)_

 

أَسْتَوْدِعُ اللّٰهَ دِيْنَكَ وَأَمَانَتَكَ وَخَوَاتِيْمَ عَمَلِكَ

 

“I entrust to Allãh _(the protection of)_ your religion, your trusts _(and rights to Allãh and others)_, and the last of your deeds _(finishing on a good ending which can take you directly into Jannah)_.   (Abu Dawúd)

Hadis Nabi

 

 

 

_Donot let shaytãn enter your mouth_

 

Abu Saeed Al-Khudri رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ said,

 

“When anyone amongst you yawns, he should cover his mouth with his hand, since Shaytãn enters the _(uncovered)_ mouth.”  (Muslim)

 

_The greed which will never be quenched_

 

Ibn Abbãs رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ has said,

 

“If a son of Adam had two valleys of money, he would wish for a third valley, for nothing can fill the belly of the human _(Children of Adam)_ except dust. And Allãh forgives the one who repents to Him.  (Bukhari) Hadith of the day

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_The power of the Adhan_

 

Abu Hurairah رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ has said,

 

‘When the muadhin calls the adhan, Shaytan flees hurriedly away.’

(Bukhari & Muslim)

 

_The narrator of this Hadith; Abu Salih As-Samman رحمه الله تعالى states that when one hears [scary/eery] sounds [and fears the presence of evil Jinns] one should call out the adhan since it has the effect of chasing away the shaytan._

(Muslim)

Islamic Hadees

_A sign of a man’s piety_

 

Abu Hurairah رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullah ﷺ said,

 

A sign of a man’s good observance of Islam _(i.e his piety)_ is to keep away from that which does not concern him.”  (Tirmidhi)

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_The hour of acceptance during the night_

 

Jabir bin Abdullãh رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullah ﷺ said,

 

“Verily, there is an hour during the night in which no Muslim individual will coincide and ask Allãh for good in _(in respect to)_ the matters of this world and the Hereafter, except that Allãh shall grant it to him; and this is the case every night.”   (Muslim)

 

_don’t make the third person feel left out_

 

Abdullãh bin Mas’ud رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullah ﷺ said,

 

“When there are three of you sitting together, then two of you should not talk secretly, leaving the third person alone until you meet up with other people, because _(two)_ talking secretly would make him upset.”  (Bukhari)

 

_Don’t pluck out your grey hair_

 

Amr bin Shuaib mentions from his father, who narrates from his grandmother that Rasúlullah ﷺ mentioned,

 

“Do not pluck out grey hair; a believer does not grow white hair except it will be a light for him on the Day of Resurrection.”  (Abu Dawúd)

 

_Sunnah Amal before going sleep_

 

A’isha رضي الله عنها narrates that when Rasúlullah ﷺ would retire to bed every night, he would recite..

 

Surah Ikhlaas (قل هو الله أحد)

 

Surah Falaq (قل أعوذ برب الفلق)

 

Surah Naas (قل أعوذ برب الناس)

 

and thereafter blow on his both palms.

He would then rub his palms upon his entire body.

He would commence rubbing his palms on his head, face and the front portion of his body.

_He would repeat this action three times._   (Bukhari)

 

_Durood to obtain the intercession of Muhammad ﷺ_

 

Ruwayfi’ bin thãbit Al-Ansãri رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullah ﷺ said,

 

“Whosoever recites the following will be blessed with my intercession on the day of Qiyaamah:

 

اَللَّهُمَّ صَلِّ عَلَى مُحَمَّدٍ وَ أَنْزِلْهُ المقْعَدَ المقَرَّبَ عِنْدَكَ يَومَ القِيَامَة

 

Allahumma salli ala Muhammad wa anzilhul maq’adal muqaraba indaka youmal qiyaamah.

 

_O Allah, shower your choicest durood (blessings) on Muhammad ﷺ and grant him the lofty position of maqaam-e-Mahmood on the day of Qiyaamah._ (Ahmad)

 

_Do not let your hair grow over your lip_

 

Zaid bin Arqam رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ said,

 

“Whosoever does not trim his mustache _(such that it comes over his top lip)_, then he is not from amongst us.”  (Nasa’i)

 

 

_People are just like camels_

 

Abdullãh bin Amr رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ said,

 

“People are just like camels: out of one hundred, it is difficult to find a single camel suitable to ride. _(similarly, out of a hundred, it is difficult to find one person who is exemplary, e.g. he is knowledgeable and practicing his knowledge with sincerity, etc.)_”   (Bukhari)

 

_The upper hand is better than the lower hand_

 

 

Hakeem ibn Hizam رضي الله عنه  reports,

 

“I asked Rasúlullãh ﷺ for assistance and he gave me,

 

then I asked Rasúlullãh ﷺ again and he gave me,

 

then I asked Rasúlullãh ﷺ yet again and he gave me.

 

Then Rasúlullãh ﷺ said:

 

“O Hakeem, verily, this wealth is lush/attractive and sweet. Whoever receives it graciously will be blessed in it but whoever receives it with a greedy heart will not be blessed in it. He will be like one who eats yet is never satisfied. The upper hand that gives is better than the lower hand that receives/takes.”   (Bukhari)

 

_The most respectable slave to Allãh_

 

Abu Hurairah رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ said:

 

“Musaa ibn ‘Imraan عليه السلام said:

 

“O my Rabb! Who is the most respectable slave to you?”

 

Allãh, the Almighty and Majestic, replied:

 

“He who forgives, despite having the power to avenge.”   (Baihaqi)

 

 

 

_The world is a prison_

 

Abu Hurairah رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ said,

 

“The world is a prison for a believer and Paradise for a disbeliever _(as the believer will have to follow rules and guidelines, whereas the disbeliever will not be bound by any rules.)”_

►Benefits of Ayatul Kursiyyu:

 

►Please even if You will not

read, just FORWARD it.

 

►. Recite while Leaving your House, And, Angels Will Protect

You from All Sides.

 

►. Recite On Entering your Home, And Poverty Won’t Enter your Home.

 

►. Recite After ablution, And It Raises You  Times In Allah’s Rank.

 

►. Recite Before Sleeping, And  Angel Will Protect You The Whole

Night.

 

►. Recite After obligatory prayers, And The Only Thing That Is Separating You From Paradise Is Death.

 

►If you pass this on, It is Sadaqatul

Jaria. (meaning you keep on getting rewarded for it, every time

someone acts upon it even when

you have died, until the day of

judgment).

 

►Please, Don’t Forget To Share,

 

►Astaghfirullah!

 

►Astaghfirullah!

 

►Astaghfirullah!  x

 

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_The best neighbour_

 

Abdullãh bin Amr رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ said:

 

“The best of companions in the sight of Allãh is the best of them towards his companions, and the best of neighbors in the sight of Allãh is the best of them towards his neighbor.”   (Tirmidhi)

 

_Which of the people is best?_

 

Abdullãh bin Amr رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ was asked,

 

“Which of the people is best?” He ﷺ replied:

“Everyone who is pure of heart and sincere _(Truthful)_ in speech.” the said:

“Sincerity in speech, we know what this is, but what is a purity of heart?” He ﷺ said:

“It is _(the heart)_ that is pious and pure, with no sin, injustice, deception or jealousy in the heart.”  (Ibn Majah)

Rabbana Atina Fid Dunya Hasanaton Wa Fil Aakheerati Hasanaton

Waqeena Aazaban Naar….

Waqeena Aazabul Qabr

Waqeena Aazabul Hashr

Waqeena Aazabul Faqr

Waqeena Aazabul Meezaan

Waqeena Aazabul Karz

Waqeena Aazabul Marz

Waqeena Aazabul Aafaat

Waqeena Aazabul Sakraat

Waqeena Aazabul Mauth

Waqeena Aazabul Fitnatul Masihid Dajjal

Waqeena Aazaban Naar…. (Aameen)

Or bhejne wale ki sari jaiz dua kabul ho… (Aameen)

Is Duaa Ko Ittna Phailayein Ke Saari Ummat Ki Maghfirat Hojaai….

 

Yeh bohot kimti DUAA hai sab ko bataoo, sirf apne pas mat rakhna.

 

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_Having an afternoon nap_

 

Sahl bin Sa’d رضي الله عنه reports:

 

We used to be happy on Fridays, for there was an old lady who used to pull out the roots of Silq and put it in a cooking pot with some barley. When we had finished the prayer, we would visit her and she would present that dish before us. So we used to be happy on Fridays because of that, and we never used to take our meals or have a mid-day nap except after the Friday prayer. By Allah, that meal contained no fat.

(Bukhari)

 

_The afternoon nap is called Qayloolah._

_It is, in essence, a power nap. Even if one does not sleep, simply lying down for a few minutes also helps to give the body a boost to see it through the late evening with good energy._

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_Taking the name of Allãh_

 

Jãbir رضي الله عنه reports that Rasúlulläh ﷺ said:

 

When evening approaches (i.e. the time before Maghrib till the night sets in), keep your children indoors and do not allow them to leave the home, for the Shayateen roams about at that time.

 

When a portion of the night passes, then you may allow them out,

 

and take the name of Allãh when closing your door,

 

and take the name of Allãh when putting off your lantern,

 

and take the name of Allãh when tying/fastening your waterbag (water storage container),

 

and take the name of Allãh when covering your utensils (and ensure to cover your utensils) even if it means placing something above it (i.e. placing something across it on the top).”   (Bukhari)

 

_Faithful believers are for each other_

 

Abu Musa al-Ash’ari رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ said,

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“Verily, Faithful believers are for each other like the bricks of a wall, enforcing _(and supporting)_ each other.” whilst _(saying this)_ Rasúlullãh ﷺ clasped his hands by interlacing his fingers.

(Bukhari)

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_Resort to Salãh when you are in difficulty_

 

Huzaifah رضي الله عنه narrates that whenever Rasúlullãh ﷺ happened to face any difficulty, he would at once resort to salãh.     (Ahmed)

 

Remaining silent during Jumuah Khutbah

 

Abu Hurairah رضي الله عنه reports that Allah’s Messenger ﷺ said:

 

He who took a bath and then came for Jumu’a prayer and then prayed what was fixed for him, then kept silence till the Imam finished the sermon, and then prayed along with him, his sins between that time and the next Friday would be forgiven, and even of three days more.

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_How Rasúlullãh ﷺ would spend his time_

 

Ali رضي الله عنه narrates,

 

When Rasúlullãh ﷺ would enter the home, he would divide his time into three portions; One portion dedicated for _(the ibadah of)_ Allãh, one for his family and one for himself.”  (Tirmidhi)

 

_Always remain in the state of wudhu_

 

Rasúlullãh ﷺ told Anas رضي الله عنه,

 

“O my Son! If you can, then remain in the state of wudu perpetually, for if the angel of death takes the soul of someone and if he is in the state of wudu, he acquires shahadah (the rank of the martyrs).”

(Shu’abul Iman of Baihaqi)

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_Eat together with the name of Allãh_

 

Wahshi رضي الله عنه reports that the Sahabah رضي الله عنهم once complained to Rasúlullãh ﷺ:

“O Rasúlullãh ﷺ, we eat but do not feel satisfied.”

 

Rasúlullãh ﷺ asked: “Perhaps you are eating individually?”

 

The Sahabah رضي الله عنهم replied in the affirmative.

 

Rasúlullãh ﷺ advised them saying: “Eat together and take the name of Allãh at the time of eating, Allãh will place barakah in your food.     (Ibn Majah)

 

years ago, a great saint of Allah ﷻ left this world in such a state the words…

 

هذا حبيب الله مات في حب الله

“This is the Beloved Allāh who passed away in the Love of Allāh”

 

…beers divinely are written on his blessed forehead.

 

This great saint, on whose hands  million people accepted Islam, is Sayyidunā Khawājah Gharīb Nawāz Mu’īnuddin Hasan RadiAllāhu Anhu❤💚

 

 

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_Devoting oneself to the Qur’an in this world_

 

Abdullãh bin Amr  رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ has said,

 

“One who has devoted to the Qur’an _(by reciting it according to it’s rights)_ will be told:

“Read, climb higher and recite meticulously _(i.e. with tajweed)_ as you recited meticulously whilst you were in the world, for verily your abode in Jannah is upon your recitation of the final verse.”   (Abu Dãwud)

 

_Sending Durood upon Rasúlullah ﷺ when hearing His name_

 

Ali ibn Abi Talib رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ said,

 

“The miserly person is the one before whom I am mentioned, however, he does not send Salah _(blessings)_ upon me.”  (Tirmidhi)

 

The Du’aa for safety from one’s enemies

 

Abu Musa Ash’arí رضي الله عنه reports that Rasúlullãh ﷺ advised that the following Du’aa should be recited when one is in fear of something:

 

_اللّٰهُمَّ اِنّا نَجْعَلُكَ فِيْ نُحُوْرِهِمْ وَنَعُوْذُبِكَ مِنْ شُرُوْرِهِمْ_

 

_Translation:_  _O Allãh! We place you in (our) defense against them and we seek your protection from their evil._

(Abu Dawood)

 

_Tasbeeh after every Salah_

 

Abu Hurairah رضى الله عنه narrates that the Messenger of Allah ﷺ said:

 

 

Whoever recites after every salaah:

 

 

__ × Subhan Allah

 

 

__ × Alhamdulillah

 

 

__× Allah hu Akbar

 

 

Totaling __,  and then completes the __ with

 

 

لا إله إلا الله وحده لا شريك له له الملك وله الحمد وهو على كل شيء قدير

 

 

_La ilaaha illallahu wahdahu la sharika lahu  lahul mulk wa lahul hamdu wa huwa a’la kulli shay in qadeer_

 

 

All his sins will be forgiven even though they may be (as great in number) like the foam of the ocean. (Muslim)

 

_Sunnah of retiring to bed_

 

Baraa bin Aazib رضى الله عنه narrates that the Messenger of Allãh ﷺ advised him:

 

“When you are retiring to bed, then perform wudhu as you perform wudhu for salãh.”

(Bukhari)

 

_A guaranteed house in Jannah_

 

Abu Umamah رضى الله عنه narrates that the Messenger of Allãh ﷺ said:

 

“I guarantee a house on the outskirts of Paradise for one who leaves arguments even if he is right, and a house in the middle of Paradise for one who abandons lies even when joking, and a house in the highest part of Paradise for one who makes his character excellent.”

(Abu Dawúd)

A fatwa on ‘Sheesha Lounges’ approved by Sayyid Hashmi Mia and many others. Please forward and disseminate.

 

– AN EDICT ON SHEESHA LOUNGES –

 

QUESTION

What do the Ulama [scholars] say regarding the growing trend in the UK of ‘Shisha’ lounges wherein Muslim men and women flirt and deem it permissible? In our locality, people have added music and dancing with the intermingling of the men and women. There is also belly dancing and other immoral acts. Some shameless people are saying that the Ulama are in support of this. What do the Sunni, Ashari and Maturidi scholars, followers of the four schools in subsidiary issues say regarding this abomination? Also, is there any advice the scholars can give to the owners of such businesses?

 

ANSWER

No sane individual would attribute the permissibility of the aforementioned acts to the Ulama [scholars] of Islam. Attending the places you have described is totally Haram [Forbidden] in the Shariah [Law of Allah]. In reality, such people are running businesses akin to night clubs and strip clubs, without the alcohol. In fact, it is Haram [Forbidden] to even eat or smoke in such places, and they should be avoided at all cost. It is necessary for all who have attended such clubs and ‘Sheesha lounges’ to repent. The Muslims who have opened such businesses are only deceiving the younger generation of Muslims and their sole intention of doing so is the acquisition of wealth. They are promoting indecency, immorality, and shamelessness amongst young and old Muslims and alike. They are corrupting an entire generation of young boys and girls under the guise of permissibility. Their earnings are impermissible and impure; and if they have any shame, they must repent and close their businesses.

This is not a matter of sinning privately but openly, and further to that, promoting sin and indecency. We do not encourage people to divulge people’s private sins if they are not harming the rights of others, but in this case, there is open sinning and promotion of sin. May Allah Almighty cover the sins of all believers and enable us all to repent openly and privately. If it were not for the widespread corruption as a result of these ‘Sheesha lounges’, we would have covered the faults of others, as no one is free from fault amongst humans except the prophets (Allah bless them and grant them peace).

 

_A Father’s responsibility to a child_

 

Jãbir bin Samurah رضى الله عنه narrates that the Messenger of Allãh ﷺ said:

 

“It is better for a father to teach etiquette to his son than to give one entire measure of charity.”    (Tirmidhi)

 

 

The Virtues of reciting Surah Dukhaan

. Hazrat Abu Hurayrah (Radi Allaahu anhu) reported that Allaah’s Messenger s.a.w (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wa Sallam) as saying,

“If anyone recites Haameem Al-Dukhaan any night, a Thousand angels will ask forgiveness for him in the evening.”

[A Hadith narrated in Tirmidhi]

 

. Hazrat Abu Hurayrah (Radi Allahu anhu) narrated that Rasoolullaah (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wa Sallam) said,

“Whoever shall recite Surah Dukhaan on the eve of Friday, he is forgiven in the morning.”

 

. Hazrat Abu Hurayrah (Radi Allaahu Anhu) has said: ‘I have heard the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam) saying,

“Whoever prays Surah Dukhaan on the eve of Friday or on Friday Allaah Ta’aala makes for him a home in paradise.”‘

 

You will be with those whom you loved

 

Anas ibn Malik رضي الله عنه narrates that indeed a man asked Rasúlullãh ﷺ:

 

“When would be the

Last Hour, O Rasúllallãh?”

 

Rasulullah ﷺ replied: “What have you prepared for it?”

 

He replied:

 

“I have not prepared for it with much of Salaah, nor fasting, nor charity, but I love Allah and His Messenger.”

 

He ﷺ said:

 

_“(On the day of Resurrection)_ You will be with those whom you loved _(in this world).”_

(Bukhari)

 

Two wolves roaming freely among sheep

 

Ka’b ibn Malik رضي الله عنه narrates that  Rasúlullãh ﷺ said:

 

“Two wolves roaming freely among sheep are less destructive to them than the desire for wealth and fame is to a person’s religion”     (Tirmidhi)

 

_This Ummah is one body_

 

Nu’man bin Bashir رضي الله عنه narrates that  Rasúlullãh ﷺ said:

 

“You can see the believers in terms of their mercy for each other, love for each other and kind nature to one another bearing resemblance to one body. If any part of the body is not well, then the whole body shares the sleeplessness and fever with wit.”  (Bukhari)

 

Note:

_The Hadith is indicating how the believers should be living with each other, with empathy and understanding for one another._

 

_Love for others what you love for yourself_

 

Rasúlullãh ﷺ said:

 

‘Love for others what you love for yourself, you will be a true believer‘

(Ibn Majah)

 

Rasúlullãh ﷺ said:

 

‘None of you are true believers until you love for your brother what you love for yourself’

(Bukhari & Muslim)

 

_Value every moment of Jumuah_

 

Abu Burdah bin Musa al-Ash’ari narrates that Abdullãh ibn Umar رضي الله عنه said to me,

“Have you heard your father narrating something from Rasúlullãh ﷺ regarding the Jumuah time on Friday?” I replied:

“Yes, I heard him say from Rasúlullãh ﷺ _(these words)_:

“It _(the valuable time)_ is between the time when the Imãm sits down until the end of the Jumuah prayer.”   (Muslim)

 

_Looking after an orphan_

 

Sahl ibn Sa’d رضي الله عنه narrates that the Messenger of Allãh ﷺ said:

 

“He who looks after an orphan and I will be like this in Paradise” Whilst _(saying this)_ the Prophet ﷺ indicated with his middle and index fingers, separating them _(slightly)_.   (Bukhari)

 

Tonight is Shabe Miraj.

 

🔸The night prophet Muhammad was taken to Allah and met all prophets before him.

 

🔸Tonight was the night Allah reduced the prayers too.

 

🔸Tonight is the night Prophet Muhammad led prayer and all the other prophets read behind him. Tonight is a powerful night.

 

🔸Tonight we must not just pray for our family but for the entire Ummah past present and future. May all Muslims suffering be forgiven for their sins. May all Muslims that passed away be given Jannat. Remember all Muslims in your dua. Those that are sick, pray for them. Those that are gone on the wrong path, those that are in hospital, those that are not financially stable. For all Muslims.

 

🔸Tonight is the night to forgive other Muslims. If I have done anything to harm you please forgive me. Don’t hold grudges.

 

_Minor sins between Friday prayers will be forgiven_

 

Salman al Farsi رضي الله عنه reports that Rasúlullãh ﷺ said,

 

“Anyone who takes a bath on Friday and cleans himself as much as he can and puts oil (on his hair) or scents himself; and then proceeds for the prayer and does not force his way between two persons _(assembled in the mosque for the Friday prayer),_ and prays as much as is written for him and remains quiet when the Imam delivers the Khutba, all his sins in between the present and the last Friday will be forgiven.”  (Bukhari)

 

_Modesty brings only goodness_

 

Imran bin Hussain رضي الله عنه reports that Rasúlullãh ﷺ said,

 

“Modesty brings nothing except for goodness.”  (Bukhari)

 

_Prevent urine drops falling on clothes_

 

Abu Hurairah رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullah ﷺ said,

 

“Urination is the main cause of punishment in the grave _(i.e. as a result of not being careful with drops of urine etc. coming onto one’s body and clothes; since cleanliness is part of faith)_.  (Ibn Majah)

 

_Blessing granted in the morning_

 

Sakhr ibn Al-Ghamidi رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ supplicated:

 

اللهم بارك لأمتي في بكورها

“O Allah, bless my nation in their early morning.”

 

Whenever Rasúlullãh ﷺ sent out an army, he would send them in the beginning of the day. Sakhr رضي الله عنه was a merchant and he used to send his merchandise at the beginning of the day, so his trade flourished and he made a fortune.   (Tirmidhi)

 

 

_Comprehensive advise from our Master_

 

Abu Ayyub Ansari رضي الله عنه narrates that a man came to Rasúlullah ﷺ and said,

 

“O Messenger of Allah ﷺ, Teach me something and make it concise.”

Rasúlullah ﷺ said,

 

  • When you stand to pray, then pray as if it is your last _(farewell)_ prayer.

 

  • Do not say anything for which you must apologize

 

  • and do not have hope for what other people have _(in their possession)_. (Ibn Majah)

 

_Devoting oneself to the Qur’an in this world_

 

Abdullãh bin Amr  رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ has said,

 

“One who has devoted to the Qur’an _(by reciting it according to it’s rights)_ will be told:

“Read, climb higher and recite meticulously _(i.e. with tajweed)_ as you recited meticulously whilst you were in the world, for verily your abode in Jannah is upon your recitation of the final verse.”   (Abu Dãwud)

 

 

 

May Allah swt remove every obstacle before you & illuminate every darkness on your path and ease your burdens,

Ameen.

 

 

_Sending Durood upon Rasúlullah ﷺ when hearing His name_

 

Ali ibn Abi Talib رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ said,

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“The miserly person is the one before whom I am mentioned, however, he does not send Salah _(blessings)_ upon me.”  (Tirmidhi)

 

 

 

Tonight is a night of salvation and forgiveness.

I know, being a sinful human being, I may have upset you and caused you grief.  I ask you to please forgive me. If it’s something to do with my character please inform me so that I may rectify my state. ‘A Muslim is a mirror of another mirror’.

If I owe you anything, I may have forgotten so please inform me.

I have said anything behind your back please forgive me.

 

Nowadays it’s difficult to keep a clean heart free from hatred, enmity, jealousy, and rancor. I’m trying to work on this. I may have carried such evils in my heart due to my sick heart. I ask you to pardon me.

Please remember me in your Dua’s

Hadith of the Day

_🌙 What to do on Shabe Bara’at?_

 

_Start off your Ibaadat_ immediately after the Maghrib Salaah. Don’t wait till the last portion of the night to commence with ones Ibaadat.

 

Engage in as many Nafl Salaahs as possible:

_- Salaatut Taubah_

_- Salaatush Shukr_

_- Salaatul Haajat_

_- Salaatut Tasbeeh_

– Perform lengthy Rakaats of _Tahajjud Salaah_

 

Spend time in Tilaawah of Quraan; also recite:

_- Surah Yaseen_

_- Surah Waqiah_

_- Surah Mulk_

_- Surah Sajdah_

 

Make some Zikrullah ( or  times each) of:

_- Istighfaar_

_- Durood Shareef_

_- Laa ilaha illallah_

_- rd Kalimah – Tamjeed_

_- th Kalimah – Tawheed_

_- ‘Hasbunallahu wa ni’mal wakeel’_

_- ‘Laa hawla wa laa quwaaata illaa billaahil ‘aliyyil ażeem’_

and other various Azkaar

 

 

Make Muhaasabah:

Ponder over one’s past life and firmly resolve to reform and change oneself.

Engage in much Taubah and Istighfaar. Seek Allāh تعالى’s Forgiveness for all past, present and future sins; minor and major, open and hidden.

 

Most important is that we should _make peace with Allah Ta’ala and enter into His Friendship_, by turning to Him in sincere repentance.

…Read the  Rakaats Salaatut Taubah with sincerity, devotion, and dedication, with a clear mind and emptying the heart of all besides Allāh.

 

When we have completed the  Rakaats try and put our head down in Sajdah and shed those tears and fervently make Dua to Allāh تعالى.

 

This is a special night for Dua. Make as much Dua as possible. Remember all your beloved ones and make Dua for the entire Ummat of Nabi صلى الله عليه و سلم.

Hadith of the Day

_Dua to be recited on Laylatul Barā’at_

 

‘Aa’isha رضى الله تعالى عنها  says: “I heard Rasulullah  read the following Dua in his Sajdah on this night (Shābe Barā’at):

 

اَعُوْذُ بِعَفْوِكَ مِنْ عِقَابِكَ وَاَعُوْذُ بِرِضَاكَ مِنْ سَخَطِكَ وَاَعُوْذُ بِكَ مِنْكَ جَلَّ وَجْهُكَ لَااُحْصِىْ ثَنَاءً عَلَيْكَ اَنْتَ كَمَا اَثْنَيْتَ عَلٰى نَفْسِكَ

 

_’ I seek protection in Your forgiveness from Your punishment, and I seek shelter in Your Pleasure from Your Displeasure; and I seek safety in You, from You. Glory be to You. I am unable to fully praise You. You are as you have praised Yourself.’_

 

Thereafter he said to me: “Learn this Dua and teach it to others. Jibra’eel عليه السلام taught this Dua to me and asked me to recite it in my Sajdah.” (Shu’abul Imaan #).

 

 

Many times a person’s body becomes stiff, spiritually, and Shaytaan plays on us to prevent us from performing these little acts of worship and if we follow these promptings of Shaytaan, then even Ramadaan will come and go and, the next thing we know, it will be time for us to leave this world…

 

_May Allāh تعالى grant us the Taufiq of ‘Amal ~ امين_

Supplication for the Night of the Middle of Sha’ban

Hadith of the Day

_A gift from Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi_

According to several Nobel sahabah, du’a is answered on this blessed night.

May Allah write up our names and the names of all our loved ones amongst those He loves.

 

Hadith of the Day

_Constantly seeking forgiveness_

 

Ibn Abbãs رضي الله عنهما narrates that Rasúlullãh ﷺ said:

He who constantly seeks forgiveness; Allãh will show him a way out of every distress, and a relief from every grief, and will provide for him with the means of sustenance from where he could never imagine.   (Abu Dawood)

 

 

In Surah Yusuf – Allāh described the story of Prophet Yusuf as the most beautiful of stories. Why? Because regardless of what situation you’re going through in life – you can relate to something in it.

 

It teaches us that dreams do come true, hardship will turn in to ease, and nothing is better in this world than loyalty. It teaches us that those with gifts will be hated upon and plotted against – so patience is key. It teaches us that it’s never too late to say sorry and forgiveness takes the greatest courage. It teaches us du’as may be delayed but they are never rejected. It teaches us that the best of people have the most difficult beginnings but they always have the most beautiful endings. It teaches us that the affection and care of parents have no boundaries, love can cure,  broken hearts can be fixed, and reuniting with those we care about is close. It teaches us that the truthful never abandon that which they believe in, Allāh is with those who have no one, and He gives everything to those who give up everything for Him. #quran #surahyusuf #islam #faith #patience #hardship

HANAFI RULINGS ON FASTING – Hadith of the Day

 

.Fasting of Ramadan requires a Niyyat (intention) which must be made any time from Maghrib on the previous day until midday on the actual day of the fast.

 

Waking up for Sehri is a Sunnah but not compulsory. If a person missed it then one must make a Niyyat to fast before midday and it is valid.

Eating or drinking forgetfully does not break the fast but one must not swallow anything after remembering the fast.

Exercise in the gym or strenuous work which causes extreme hunger and thirst is disliked and should be avoided.

Use of toothpaste is disliked and if any of the taste is swallowed then the fast breaks.

Gargling and sniffing water in the nose excessively are disliked and if it is swallowed the fast breaks.

Vomiting a mouthful breaks one’s fast if it was a mouthful and brought out deliberately.

 

. If the mouth or gums bleed and it is swallowed and one feels the taste of blood the fast breaks.

 

. Using an inhaler breaks the fast.

 

. Smoking a cigarette, hookah or sheesha breaks the fast.

 

. Bringing the nose close to an incense stick and inhaling its fumes or doing the same with Vicks vapor rub in heated water and inhaling it will break the fast.

 

. Applying medicine or Vicks inside the nose will break the fast.

 

. Inhaling gases, smoke, dust or fragrances which are spread in the air does not break the fast.

 

. Smelling perfume or flowers does not break the fast.

 

. Injections do not break the fast but should be avoided if possible.

 

. Having a blood test or operation or dental treatment does not break the fast but if anything is swallowed or medicine is applied to the head or stomach then the fast will break.

 

. Rubbing oil, lotion or cream on the body or placing a wet towel over oneself to keep cool does not break the fast.

 

. Hijama (cupping) does not break the fast.

 

. Removing hair or nails do not break the fast.

 

. Use of kohl (Surma) in the eyes does not break the fast.

 

. Putting oil or medicine in the ear or using eye drops should both be avoided during fasting.

 

. Lying, swearing, backbiting, upsetting parents, not praying Namaz and committing bad deeds etc. do not break the fast but make it disliked and deprived of blessings.

 

. A traveler is allowed to miss the fast only if one set off for the journey before the fast started.

 

. A sick person who cannot fast long days in summer but is able to fast on short winter days must fast in winter.

 

. One who is terminally ill, in intensive care or extremely old and cannot fast, must give £ Fidya to the poor for every missed fast.

 

. When a traveler becomes a resident and a sick person recovers they must make up the missed fasts.

 

. Sickness has to threaten one’s life or cause the health to worsen or recovery to be delayed due to fasting and must be evidenced by past experience, visible symptoms or genuine medical advice.

 

. A slight illness, mere headache, tiredness or having exams, etc. is not an excuse to miss a fast.

 

Hadith of the Day

_The gate to paradise for the fasting people_

 

Sahl رضي الله عنه reports that Rasúlullãh ﷺ said:

 

“There is a gate in Paradise called Ar-Rayyan, and those who observe fasts will enter through it on the Day of Resurrection and none except them will enter through it.

 

It will be said,

 

‘Where are those who used to observe fasts?’ They will get up, and none except them will enter through it. After their entry, the gate will be closed and nobody will enter through it.” (Bukhari)

 

_Fasting is for Me and I will compensate it_

 

Abu Hurairah رضي الله عنه narrates that Rasulullah ﷺ said,

 

“Every act of man is multiplied. One good act is multiplied between ten to seven hundred times.

 

However, Allah says: ‘Except fasting because it is for Me and I shall compensate it. He gives up his passions and food for me.’

 

There are two moments of joy for the fasting person:

 

) When he breaks his fast.

) When he meets his sustainer.

 

 

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